NCAA Expands Ban, Joins SEC In Targeting Confederate Flag
The NCAA is expanding its existing policy.
Texas Kickoff Pushed Back A Day For Mississippi-Baylor
The Texas Kickoff game between Mississippi and Baylor is moving back a day.
`Stop fighting!’ Atlanta Sobriety Test Quickly Turned Deadly
Rayshard Brooks was shot by officers outside a Wendy's restaurant.
VIDEO: Semi Driver Arrested After Rolling Into Minneapolis Protest
Officials initially said the truck appeared to have been on the freeway before barriers were put up.
Trump Calls Minneapolis Protesters ‘Thugs,’ Vows Action
He tweeted Friday that "when the looting starts, the shooting starts."
VIDEO: Angry Crowds Loot Target Store Following Minneapolis Protests
People can be seen rushing out of Target with loads of looted products.
Elon Musk Threatens To Exit California Over Virus Restrictions, Has Eye On Texas
Tesla CEO Elon Musk is threatening to pull the company's factory and headquarters out of California and is suing local officials over reopening an electric vehicle plant.
A Majority Of Vaccine Skeptics Plan To Refuse A COVID-19 Vaccine
We found that about one-fifth of Americans, and more than half of people who hold skeptical views toward vaccine safety, may be unwilling to pursue vaccination.
3 Charged In Killing Of Store Security Guard Over Virus Mask
Calvin Munerlyn was killed Friday at the store in Flint.
Man Who Put Crosses At Sites Of Mass Shootings Dies
Susie Zanis says her 69-year-old father, Greg Zanis, died early Monday.
For Fourth Straight Day, Texas Surpasses 1,000 New COVID-19 Cases
State health officials on Sunday reported 31,548 confirmed cases and 867 deaths due to COVID-19.
Lysol Warns Not To Inject Disinfectants As President Trump Raises Idea
The maker of Lysol and another disinfectant says its products should not be used as an internal treatment for the coronavirus.